Heya Friends, It's been a LONG time since I've seen most of you - hope you're doing alright, getting vaccinated, and feeling happy! I'm super excited to announce my first live, solo show in over a year! I'll be opening up for the Providence Players's pop up performance of "The Parking Lot" in the parking lot of the Italian Cafe in Falls Church, VA (I might have to sing Big Yellow Taxi to make this as meta as possible). I'll be doing a solo set from 6:45-7:45 but that's just the beginning of the fun since the play starts at 8! I'm performing courtesy of the TInner Hill Music Festival, which takes place August 21st. The Tinner Hill Music Festival has teamed up with Providence Players in Falls Church, VA to provide live music (aka me) prior to the May Pop Up Theater Plays they are hosting so this should be a really fun event! This is an all ages show and I'm really forward to seeing some familiar faces so I hope you can come out! Tickets for this ever so exciting music/theatre experience are just 25$ (but I don't think you can get them at the door so please click the link to purchase ahead of time) so grab your ticket, bring your chair and come say hello! Food and drinks will be available
Want more details? Here's a brief synopsis of the play ;)
The Parking Lot is a comedy about married life! A married couple, but will they stay that way much longer? Some couples have the benefit of negotiating the ups and downs of marriage in private, and/or in therapy. But the pandemic changed all of that so J and Terry have decided to use a parking lot as the setting to answer a very critical question… should they get a divorce?
Imagine a married couple, played by a married couple, directed by a married couple in the parking lot behind a restaurant, in a play called The Parking Lot! What could be better?
Sound cool? I think so! You can copy/paste this link to find out everything you need to know if you plan on attending: https://www.providenceplayers.org/about-us/production-history/2020-2021-season/the-parking-lot/everything-you-need-to-know/
Hope to see you Saturday! I miss your face! Ciao, Flo